Led by All State choices Charly Moua and Layton Robinson, nine Magazine Rattlers were named all district by Conference 2A-4 coaches.
Moua, a senior and the starting quarterback and a cornerback for head coach Doug Powell, ran for 1,016 yards and 13 touchdowns for the Rattlers during their 8-3 campaign which included a runner-up spot in the league. Moua had two interceptions and 26 tackles.
Robinson manned a tight end spot on offense, was a defensive end and handled the placekicking chores for Magazine. Also a senior, Robinson had seven catches for 129 yards and two touchdowns. He recorded 59 tackles, with 5.5 sacks and 15 tackles for loss.
Also named all district were Alex Elkins, Billy Yang, Jon Christensen, Caleb Shelton, Cheenew Yang, Abraham Dority and Dustin Zimmer.
Elkins was a guard for the Rattler offense and manned the other defensive end spot. Elkins had 56 total tackles with three sacks and 10.5 for loss.
A two-year starter at fullback and linebacker, Billy Yang ran for 733 yards and 11 touchdowns and had five receptions for 39 yards. He was in on a team best 68 tackles with 2.5 sacks and 7.5 tackles for loss.
Christensen, another linebacker, was the team co-leader in tackles with 68 of his own, including 12.5 for a loss. He also logged time at guard.
Shelton ran for 292 yards and five touchdowns as a halfback and as a strong safety had 56 tackles, with a sack and four tackles for loss.
Cheenew Yang was a guard who got to play a little fullback as well for the Rattlers.
Dority was a utility player, taking the field at fullback, halfback and quarterback on offense, and at tackle, end, linebacker and strong safety on defense. Offensively, Dority ran for 430 yards and four touchdowns. Dority also had 37 tackles with 3.5 sacks and 7.5 for a loss.
Finally, Zimmer started at tackle on both sides of the ball. Defensively, Zimmer had 2.5 sacks and 4.5 for a loss.